We regret that for some of the lectures technical problems arose in connection with the shooting Thursday morning and afternoon. A couple of presentations are therefore not available online.
Thursday, September 5th
- The Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry; A Presentation of the Norwegian Government's White Paper on IPR by Senior Advisor Cathrine Fahre Holt.
- Prekubator TTO; Patent Process by diretor Anne Cathrin Østebø
- Professor and Lawyer Olav Torvund: Universitetsansatte og opphavsrett
- Professor Michael Storper, LSE/UCLA: "Keys to the City: How Innovation Shapes Development"
- Professor Bjørn Asheim: Innovation Policy for Regional Economic Renewal: A Nordic Comparison
- Professor Rune Dahl Fitjar: Innovation and Collaboration in Norwegian City Regions: Findings from the 2013 Regional Innovation Survey (PDF).
- PhD student Marte Cecilie Wilhelmsen Solheim: Diversity in the Workforce – an Enabler for Innovation? (PDF) For a recorded version - click here.
- Senior Resarcher Martin Gjelsvik: The effect of regional clusters on innovation: Findings from the 2013 Regional Innovation Survey.
- Professor Ragnar Tveterås: Technological Changes and Agglomeration Economies in Natural Resources Based Sectors.
Friday, September 6th
- Associate Professor Christian Richter Østergaard, Aalborg University: «Does a Different View Create Something New? The Effect of Employee Diversity on Innovation»(PDF). For a recorded version - click here
- Professor David Rigby, UCLA: Mapping Cities in Knowledge Space (PDF). For a recorded version - click here
- Professor Franz Huber, Southampton: Can Motorsport Valley Drive Us Green? (Recorded presentation).
- Professor Michael Storper, LSE/UCLA: Specialization and Regional Economic Development (PDF). For a reecorded version - click here
- Professor David Charles, University of Stratchclyde: Individuals and innovation systems: personal networks and proximity. (Recorded presentation).
- Andrés Rodríguez-Pose, LSE: Institutions and Innovation in the European Union (PDF) For a reecorded version - click here
- Professor Heidi Wiig Aslesen, BI: On Industrial Knowledge Bases, Commercial Opportunities and Global Innovation Network Linkages (Recorded presentation).